Avante Linemarking

Airport Rubber Removal

Airport runways build up with rubber debris over time impacting the overall safety of airport workers, passengers and flight staff. Rubber build up occurs because aeroplane wheels do not spin during a section of landing in order to stop, therefore the rubber drags across the runway. This type of build-up, from not only rubber but also jet exhaust and hydraulic oil directly reduces the friction necessary for safe take-off and landing.

This means that runways in any location subject to harsh or temperate climates require rubber removal for a safe runway.

Using our high pressure water blasters is a quick and efficient way to safely remove this build up and reveal the original runway characteristics underneath, with minimal disruption to flight schedules.